"Coming Out" Exposes Schism in Vatican
October 8, 2015(Father Krysztof Olaf Charamsa, left, poses with his partner Edouard after telling reporters in Rome that he's gay.)
According to Leo Zagami, there is a power struggle
"I want the church and my community to know who I am: a homosexual priest, happy and proud of his identity. We are already late and you can not wait another fifty years."
This seems a very well choreographed move by the Vatican Gay Lobby. Father Charamsa praised Pope Francis as a "fantastic" guy, who "made us rediscover the beauty of the dialogue."
Father Dariusz Oko, also a Polish priest and theologian like Father Charamsa, wrote in the Polish magazine Fronda, (n.63, pp. 128-160) that the "Gay Lobby" is now extremely powerful in the Vatican, thanks to their system of blackmail and secrecy. He accused the Vatican clergy of having opened up too much to homosexuality after the sexual revolution of the late 60's.
On the 6th of October, for the very first time on Italian TV, a priest named Father Gino Flaim defended pedophiles, incredibly blaming the children, "They are the ones looking for love."
This creepy statement which justifies pedophiles reflects what the Catholic Church is really about today.
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